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Police Find 1st 'Cannabis Factory' In London's Financial District, Destroy 826 Plants

Growers likely took advantage of less-populated streets due to the coronavirus pandemic, police say. But the reduction in city traffic also made the cannabis plants' pungent odor more noticeable.
Photo released by the City of London Police showing the first "cannabis factory" discovered in the City. Source: City of London Police

Home to the London Stock Exchange, the Bank of England and scores of corporations, the financial district, known as the City, is

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